JON SHARP believes his Giants are getting back on the right Super League track.
The Huddersfield chief watched his side suffer a fifth successive top-flight defeat as they were beaten 22-16 at Harlequins on Saturday.
It's a result that meant the capital club leapfrogged the Giants in the League ladder to leave Sharp's men ninth.
But the Galpharm boss believes the signs are there to suggest his club could soon rediscover their early-season form.
"To lose is disappointing," said Sharp.
"But we're a team that looks at performance, and this one against Quins was far better than those over Easter.
"After losing against Wigan last Saturday, it was impossible to find any positives.
"But it's a different story this week.
"There were plenty of good things to build on, and that's what we aim to do this week.
"As a squad, we really came together after the Wigan defeat and that was reflected in the way we trained last week.
"Defensively, we looked far less vulnerable against Quins and, even though we were lacking the services of Chris Thorman, we put some tremendous pressure on their defensive line.
"It's now case of building on this in the weeks ahead."